Senior Command Team Meeting
Monday 25th June 2012
CC David Crompton (Chair)
DCC Bob Dyson
DF Nigel Hiller
ACC Holt (tied up with Euro 2012)
ACC Sahota (tied up with Olympics Torch in YTH)
ACO Watson (Annual Leave)
DECLARATION(S) OF INTEREST
There were no declarations of interest.
MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON 28 MAY 2012
RESOLVED – These were approved as an accurate record.
ACTION SCHEDULE AND WORK PROGRAMME
Item 1 – Actioned
Item 4 - Actioned
Item 6 – Ongoing - a joint update to be brought to SCT.
• Outlined the ‘vision’ for the future of the force and welcomed feedback from SCT.
• Raised and discussed a secondment opportunity that has arisen for a member of staff in Corporate Communications.
• Brief update on further discussions held last Friday with the Clerk and Treasurer in relation to future internal audit services to SYP post November 2012. Areas of concerns were aired and addressed, enabling a decision to be reached.
• IS consultation is still underway with HR currently undertaking some work for this to progress.
• The draft internal audit report on Legal Services was briefly discussed, with further in depth discussions expected to take place once the final report and action plan is obtained.
All Crime -10.9% (showing good performance)
Burglary -5.4% (overall down from last year)
Burglary in a dwelling -8.7% (seeing a reduction in this area)
Criminal damage -19.6%
Serious Acquistive Crime-3.5%
Drugs Trafficking +2.5%
Theft from vehicles +9.00 (continues to be a problem)
WORKFORCE WELL-BEING AND ENGAGEMENT
The paper was presented by DCC Dyson to make SCT aware of a developing, joined up and evidence-based approach to staff well-being and engagement, that involves BCD, HR, Media and Marketing, the Police Authority and others within SYP working together to provide information for the force relating to staff perceptions about the organisation, levels of engagement and motivation, and beliefs.
It is also to assure SCT that the individual pieces of work are complementary and co-ordinated and to ensure SCT are aware of the proposed involvement of third party organisations and sighted on the academic use of information and development of a commercial diagnostic product.
The paper put forward the recommendation:
1. SCT in principle support the collaboration with research partners to develop our understanding of factors that engage and motivate our people, particularly during organisational change:
a) Working with the University of Sheffield Institute of Work Psychology (IWP)
b) Working with organisational change consultants ‘Ideasmiths’.
RESOLVED - Paper was agreed.
INTERNAL AUDIT REPORT
SCT considered the proposed use of carry forwards submitted by districts and departments. The DFA proposed that all bids connected to staffing issues should be paid for from this year's revenue budgets as most districts and departments are under spending. Other bids should be financed from the income the force receives from policing the Olympics. This was accepted but requires Police Authority approval.
Papers to Review
NOTIFICATION TO THE FORCE
ANY OTHER BUSINESS